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Video – Journalist believes Juventus should keep Dybala rather than Ronaldo

March 25, 2021 - 9:00 pm

The Athletics’ David Ornstein hosted Italian football specialist James Horncastle on his podcast.

The Serie A correspondent discussed some of the the most important topics at the moment related to Juventus.

Naturally, the future of Cristiano Ronaldo took a large chunk of the talk.

Whilst Ornstein pointed out that finding a buyer for the Portuguese would be a tough task considering his enormous salary, Horncastle believes that Paulo Dybala should be the one pushed to become the face of the club going forward.

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    Juvefella March 25, 2021 at 11:19 pm

    Absolutely, look at the diferent levels of impact on the team Juve:

    Dybala =
    5 Scudettos
    3 Coppa Italia
    3 Doubles
    1 UCL final

    Ronaldo =
    2 Scudettos
    0 Coppa Italia
    0 Doubles
    O UCL finals

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      misbahu balarabe March 26, 2021 at 8:36 am

      selling dybala is a great mistake

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      A person with a good football brain March 26, 2021 at 10:11 am

      Absolutely look at the different levels of impact on the team Juve:
      Allegri: 5 Scudettos (just one season when CR7 came, CR7 made comeback under him, and Juventus were looking fire)

      Sarri: 1 Scudetto (CR7 again had just one season under him, yet managed to do phenomenally well)

      Pirlo: 1 Supercoppa Italia (CR7 under him for about half a season, yet us the highest goal scorer in Serie A at the age of 36, this is the time when Ronaldinho retired and was partying, so did Brazilian one. And CR7 second best scorer in top 5 leagues of Europe at 36, like what else should he do? )

      Did Juve board give him enough time to adapt to a system? Not even enough synergy with new teammates?

      Now you have a coach who never coached a team in the past, I don’t think he should be even called a coach. He is clearly getting carried by the quality of players not by his tactics, I wonder if there is tactics.

      REMEMBER, IT TOOK CR7 5 YEARS TO WIN AN UCL AT MANCHESTER UNITED, AND 4 YEARS TO WIN AT REAL MADRID, AT THAT TIME THERE WERE RUMOURS OF HIS MAN UTD RETURN, BUT HE WON THE UCL JUST 1 YEAR AFTER THE RUMOURS.

      And teams were built around him, but here in Juve you guys are busy with change want instant success, it comes at a price. You gotta sacrifice some more years.

      GIVE CR7 TIME IN JUVE 2-3 MORE YEARS. And build a team around him or play in proper tactics, which will be not only beneficial for him but for his teammates.